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Film Director C. Fitz (left) tells the story of Jewel Thais-Williams in "Jewel's Catch One," a documentary about a black disco club owner in Los Angeles in the 1970s. The film will screen this week as part of the Portland Queer Documentary Festival at the Hollywood Theater in northeast Portland.

Film Director C. Fitz (left) tells the story of Jewel Thais-Williams in "Jewel's Catch One," a documentary about a black disco club owner in Los Angeles in the 1970s. The film will screen this week as part of the Portland Queer Documentary Festival at the Hollywood Theater in northeast Portland.

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Queer Doc Festival Opens

The Portland Queer Documentary Festival will be screening 12 recently produced films, including movies that include people of color and other documentaries that shed light on the realities of the queer experience, both current and historical.